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leads police on a chase that ended in a crash on i-43... how he was eventually taken into custody. and --- these ambulances are not only saving lives... they're changing them forever. what these "street good morning and thanks for waking up with us. i'm derica williams. and i'm rachael kaye. mother natures is bumping temperatures back up again today. we'll be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s and a strong breeze from the southwest. today: mostly sunny
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paris terror attacks. the bataclan concert hall -- one of the sites targeted by the terrorists, re-opened -- with a special performance by 'sting" last night. "on and on the rain will fall like tears from a star like
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islamic militants gunned down 90 people at the concert hall-- while others attacked a soccer stadium and several cafes... killing a total of 130 people. it was the worst terror attack in the history of france. sting opened the performance with a minute of silence, telling the crowd: "we will not forget them.'' proceeds from the saturday's bataclan gig will go to two charities that are helping survivors of the paris attacks. the latest now on a pursuit that ended in a crash last night... causing se this was the scene on i-43 north last night around 7:15. glendale police say it all began when they noticed a car driving recklessly. police say they ran the plates and found out the car belonged to a wanted felon. authorities say they tried pulling over the driver, but he sped off. a short chase on i-43 ended with a crash. we are told the suspect ran from the scene. police eventually took him into custody about 45 minutes later -- near nicolet high school. we are told one person was
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that person was taken to a nearby hospital. an early morning murder is shaking up the riverwest neighborhood. a man was found shot outside of his home just before one oclock yesterday. residents near weil and wright were startled awake. after gunfire erupted, chilling cries echoed along the block. residents did what they could to help the 33-year-old man who was found outside of his home suffering from a gunshot wound. "i just heard a couple of gunshots ti was that point i opened up my back door which faces the call 911 so i did." despite lifesaving efforts -- the victim died on scene. with recent crimes in the area, the uncertainty of how and why it happened is troubling. while condolences are being offered, hope for justice is also being felt as milwaukee police continue to investigate.
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changing them forever. that's what one group hopes to do--- by making a few tweaks. fox6's angelica sanchez explains why they say they need your help. meet 27-year-old volunteer keith pratt. he's dedicating his saturday night to help feed the homeless at a meal site inside all peoples church. he knows all too well what they're going through ' a few months ago i was on the other side of this table receiving food and i would lve to people who need it.' pratt says he's now living a life of sobriety and owes it all to angels. not from above but those in the streets. ' were typically out on the streets for 4-6 hours this year alone weve served a 7200 meals.' president of milwaukee street angels outreach...eva welch says this year the group wants to take their mission of helping the homeless one step further by purchasing-- this retired evacuation ambulance. they want to make it
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center h amount of food.. blankets.. and other items they deliver to those in need. they;re nicknaming it the "angelbulance" they hope the community can help them raise ten-thousand dollars to purchase the vehicle. as of now they use their personal cars for their work. 'there are some nights where im so tired i dont want to go and i start to picture them waiting for us to get that meal and that hug and that 'hey how are you doing' it just picks you up to keep going.' volunteers like pratt say the angels deliver more than hot meals-- they also provide most. 'if you dont know they will help you find out what you need. if your just kind of like im in a bad situation definitely reach out to the angels and they will help you.' you can donate to their cause-- we have a link to their crowdfunding website at fox6 now dot com . angelica sanchez fox six news.
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attention. she sat during the pledge of allegiance at a meeting the day after the election. nat: "indivisible, with liberty and justice for all" those are the words that councilwoman caroline panske said she couldn't bear to say aloud. she says she decided in the moment to sit down during the pledge -- because she was upset with the results of tuesday's election. oshkosh's mayor says he didn't see the protest -- but called the gesture "inappropriate." "whatever your political leanings are, you p the front door, you do not bring those into the council chambers. we are elected, and we are here to serve the entire city of oshkosh." "i am sorry that people feel disgusted and disappointed, what i would like them to do is reach out to me." some veterans said they were offended -- panske said that was never her intention. she says it was a one-time gesture, but she does not
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will a donald trump presidency affect our muslim communities? the president elect has called for a "total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states." our jonathon gregg gets reaction from a traveling prayer leader. it's been four days since donald trump was elected president, "unify our great country.' four days for americans to contemplate what that may mean for them. "what we can do as a community is to unite and band together is and s says it's a perfect opportunity to further educate the public on the muslim community and the islamic faith. "we are first and foremost a spiritual community and we have no interest in politics." akram is muslim prayer leader, or "imam" he's based in chicago and visiting the milwaukee chapter of ahmadiyya musilms. "a peaceful community. a
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akram says as writers and tv pundits may focus on trump's past comments on muslims he says islam teaches followers to focus on doing good and not to not dwell on what has not happened. "that's the whole message here to not unnecessarily create a hysteria that may not be warranted." akram says while, muslims like himself will continue to focus on their faith, and the good they can do for others. "and that reflects our islamic beliefs." in milwaukee jonathon gregg, fox6 news. 2nd half of their season. the first half has been up and down as they sit at 4-4 going into tennessee. they've lost 2 straight and 3 of their last 4 games. you can see how the green and gold responds in tennessee today right here on fox -- kick off is at noon. the cowboys and steelers follow. then we'll wrap it all up for you on the fox 6 sports blitz at 10:35. anti-trump protests continue throughout the country.. how two officers are doing.. after being injured by
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a judge declares a mistrial in the fatal police shooting of an unarmed ohio man. why the cincinnati mayor believes the case is not yet over. up-cycled, reclaimed, re-purposing.. julie is live at re-craft and relic this morning. hey julie!
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repurposed reclaimed and reused materials and well as vintage goods. julie collins joins us live from the milwaukee sports complex for this year's "re:craft and
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temperatures back up again today. we'll be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s and a strong breeze from the southwest. lows tonight will stay above freezing - mainly the upper 30s inland and low 40s lakeside. we'll see a few more clouds return tomorrow, but that won't stop our mid 50s again. we should stay dry through most of the week. rain chances return friday with our next approaching cold front. today: mostly sunny and warm. breezy. high: 58 wind: sw 10-20 mph tonight: a few clouds.
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monday: partly to mostly cloudy. high: 56 wind: w 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny. am low: 40 high: 56 wind: wsw 5-10 mph wednesday: mostly sunny. am low: 39 high: 57 wind: nw/sw 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 43 high: 62 wind: s 5-10 mph chance for showers. am low: 48 high: 59 wind: s
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milwaukee a happy sixth birthday! she likes playing with her baby dolls, being a big sister and going to school. natalie in cedar grove is turning the big six today! she likes coloring, drawing and her stuffed animal "kitty." look who's six in brookfield! sofia likes reading, coloring and playing outside. here's a nice birthday smile from ximena he-men-ah in east troy!she likes reading, the packers and basketball. there's six candles on xavier's cake in milwaukee! out with his grandpa and playing on his ipad. we're cheering for za'kar za-car in milwaukee!he likes swimming, playing with his older brother and video games. to find out how to wish your child a happy sixth birthday on fox six wake up news - just log on to "fox six now dot com" - for all the
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maybe one of the most difficult tasks for a group of young athletes is to focus on the immediate goal and not look too far ahead. for the badgers that meant dealing with illinois today and thinking about the big ten championship game possibilities in couple of weeks. the badgers showed their focus was solely on illinois as they jumped out to a second drive corey clement gets the scoring started with the 1st of his 3 touchdowns, 7-0 badgers in the 1st. the defense also putting their signature on this one as d'cota dixon picks off jeff george junior on the ensuing drive and that leads to another clement score. after illinois scores a field goal, cutting the lead to 14-3, dare ogunbowale answers with a 48 yard run that sets up a jazz peavy touchdown reception and the badgers lead 21-3 after one quarter. in the 2nd quarter, george throws deep again and sojourn
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lands right in leo musso's hands for another interception. they'd have 4 picks in the first half. the badgers get closer to a trip to indy with the 48-3 win. tom pipines has more tonight from camp randall stadium. "hey cruzer and good evening everybody. what can you say about the badgers defense? can play with anybody in the country. the big reason for the success that has them still alive for the big ten west championship and a possible opportunity for a playoff berth. it's amazing. four interceptions first half, they hold the illini to the field goal and still the stars of that d say it's not enough." "we're honestly too...we're just scratching the surface still and i think that there's so much room for improvement and we're just kind of blockin we're just going to work putting on hard hats each and every day and just trying to get better." "this is a hardworking group of young men. we're focused and that focus approaching every single week is why we're successful." "corey clement going well over 100 yards for the fourth time in five games so between the rush game and the defense, well, that's a formula for success for these wisconsin badgers of coach paul chryst. from camp randall stadium, tom pipines, fox six sports, brandon." tomorrow, the packers begin the 2nd half of their season. the first half has been up and down as they sit at 4-4 going into tennessee. they've lost 2 striaght and 3 of their last 4. "it's an important part of our season, obviously because of our record, where we're at in the division. but also we've got november and december football which is where you really figure out where you're slotted there
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we've got to make sure that we're putting ourselves in the position to be in the conversation. and it starts with this week." you can see how the packers respond in tennessee here on fox 6 sunday at noon. the cowboys and steelers follow. then we'll wrap it all up for you on the fox 6 sports blitz sunday night at 10:35. after playing passively and losing to a team that had yet to win before the game thursday, the bucks were hoping they could show a different attitude and get a different result tonight with memphis at the bradley center. early on, giannis antetokounmpo showing some aggressiveness with the nice spin and then the finger roll, bucks lead by 9. then it's jabari parker setting giannis up with the lob and giannis throws it down. bucks lead by 5 at the half. it remains close in the 3rd, but the bucks start to pull away, malcolm brogdon's late 3 brings the bucks lead back to 5. in the 4th, brogdon with finishes with the dunk pushing
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of wakeup. a judge declares a mistrial in officer involved shooting of an unarmed man. how long jurors deliberated. as the dust settles after the election... how the trump team
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now at 7:30 --- today markso attacks. how sting honored victims last night.. at the bataclan music hall. and --- in just over two months.. donald trump will take over the oval office. how the trump team is gearing up for the transition to the white house. mother natures is bumping temperatures back up again today. we'll be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s and a strong breeze from the southwest. today: mostly sunny
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paris terror attacks. more than 130 people were killed in coordinated gun and bomb strikes across the french capital. isis claimed responsibility for the massacre. the bataclan concert hall -- one of the sites targeted by the terrorists, re-opened last night -- with a special performance by 'sting". cnn's
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since the paris terror attacks.more than 130 people were killed in coordinated gun and bomb strikes across the french capital. isis claimed responsibility for the massacre. the bataclan concert hall -- one of the sites targeted by the terrorists, re-opened saturday -- with a
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mistrial.. following days of deliberating in the case of a white former police officer charged with murder in the fatal shooting of an unarmed black motorist. yasmin amer ah-mur reports. judge megan e. shanahan: "by reason of your inability to reach a verdict, i declare this case a mistrial." after jurors
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county judge declared a mistrial in the case of former ohio police officer, ray tensing.. accused of murdering sam dubose during a traffic stop in 2015. it wouldn't be long before demonstrators took to the streets in protest. nats tensing was an officer for the university of cincinnati when he fatally shot dubose. the shooting was recorded on tensing's body cam. tensing testified on tuesday that he pulled dubose over for a missing license tag. the officer said he reached into the car to grab the was dragged by the arm after dubose tried to take off.. and that's when he reached up and shot him. prosecutors argued tensing wasn't being pulled by the car and didn't need to open fire. following news of the mistrial, cincinnati mayor john cranley says he hopes the prosecutor will retry the case. john cranley / cincinnati mayor: "this case is not over. i think we've
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how deeply prosecutor deters feels about the case and about what is right and what is wrong. so i expect that he will continue to find a way to bring justice to this case." dubose's family received a nearly 5 million dollar settlement from the university.. including undergraduate tuition for dubose's children, a formal apology and an on-campus memorial. i'm yasmin amer reporting. police say two officers were injured during an anti-trump protest in indianapo at least seven protesters were later arrested. the city's police chief says some of them are instigators who came from out of town. but he said that there's no enough evidence to keep anyone in custody. police said on twitter the two officers suffered their injuries after protesters threw rocks at them. "we want to have peaceful protest in our community..we want people to exercise their first amendment right, however we can't not allow for us to have violence or property damage." the officers' injuries are minor and they are expected to be
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as the dust settles after the election, the trump team gets ready to move to the white house. fox's doug mck-elway has the details from new york. with a little more than two months until president-elect trump takes over the oval office, the focus now turns to his transition team as they prepare for a trump presidency. three of the trump children are on his team.... along with former new york major rudy giuliani... giuliani says: "all my work on behalf of him is done out of great loyalty and friendsh the first shakeups is the announcement that vice president elect mike pence will lead the transition team, replacing gov. chris christie. still no word on who will serve as chief of staff, though we're told that announcement will be coming soon. trump campaigned heavily on the idea of his "outsider," status, but many people on his team are long-time washington insiders. conway: we're trying to form a federal government. it's up to president-elect trump to choose those advisors he wants around him on his senior team, key positions, cabinet, it's a very big task, but it's one that's been worked on for
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protests after the election hit their fourth day across the country. specifically, some of the proters are calling for the electoral college to be abolished, after hillary clinton won the popular vote of the country. moore says: there needs to be a mass uprising against the electoral college ...that was doug mckelway reporting. now -- did james comey cause hillary clinton to lose the presidential election to donald trump? well, director didn't help her cause. in a conference call earlier yesterday clinton said comey's actions delivered a double-whammy to her campaign. clinton said the first letter that comey sent to congress in late october halted the momentum she had after the debates. the second letter from comey, which exonerated clinton, just fired up trump's backers. despite the loss and the unhappiness of comey's letter, clinton did call on her supporters to keep moving forward and fighting for their causes. still ahead in the eight o'clock hour of wakeup -- our pet of
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but first... "something is stalking our city. wreaking destruction and then disappearing without a trace. witches live among us." the world of witchcraft and wizardry is coming back to the big screen! gino talks gives us a look at the newest harry potter installment- "fantastic beasts and where to find them." d-i-yers listen up! julie is live at re:craft and relic this
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. mother natures is bumping temperatures back up again today. we'll be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s and a strong breeze from the southwest. lows tonight will stay above freezing - mainly the upper 30s inland and low 40s lakeside. today: mostly sunny and warm. breezy. high: 58 wind: sw 10-20 mph over 150 makers of up-cycled, reclaimed, and handcrafted
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reclaimed, and handcrafted items will sell their wares at the re:craft and relic show. jullie collins joins us live from the event at the milwaukee county sports complex. hey julie!
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chat at hb mother natures is bumping temperatures back up again today. we'll be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s and a strong
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stay above freezing - mainly the upper 30s inland and low 40s lakeside. we'll see a few more clouds return tomorrow, but that won't stop our temperatures from warming to the mid 50s again. we should stay dry through most of the week. rain chances return friday with today: mostly sunny and warm. breezy. high: 58 wind: sw 10-20 mph tonight: a few clouds. low: 40 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: partly to mostly cloudy. high: 56 wind: w 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny.
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wednesday: mostly sunny. am low: 39 high: 57 wind: nw/sw 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 43 high: 62 wind: s 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy with the chance for showers. am low: 48 high: 59 wind: s
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for a whole new magical series -- and some pretty big names are hopping on board. "fantastic beasts and where to find them" will be part of a five movie series. our gino salomone gets an inside
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york with a case. a case full of magical creatures. and unfortunately, some have escaped. tell me when you knew you were going to get the feeling and who you told first? well you were offered the part. i was offered the part. somebody won an oscar and got offers afterwards. um i told my wife and then promptly told all the young people in my life even though it was top secret. it was open jst crazy thing is on the loose again? might be. then look for it. jk rowling who i had obviously not yet met i had just auditioned for it in new york. tweeted that she was happy i got the part. that was just a surreal
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subconscious level that she had seen my audition tape. i kind of couldnt believe that she knew who i was. your feelings on your characters. i think we both quite really love our characters. i love newt because hes his own person. hes passionate about his creatures but he doesnt people please. hes kind of quite nutty at the beginning of the film a bit prickly to other people but gradually he meets this one and qee outsider to being part of a little clan. yeah were both kind of stunted at the beginning theres something we not fully integrated. we havent yet become the people we i think someday maybe will get to be. was that everything that came out of the case. i wont let another one die. i refuse to bow down any longer. "fantastic beasts and where to find them" will be in theaters
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"fantastic beasts and where to find them" will be in theaters friday. weekdays on fox six news at four. ahead on wakeup at eight --- it may be hard to admit... but some of us can't get enough screen time in a day. maybe too much.... at&t helps you "digitally detox." also at 8... youll find pumpkin spice added to pretty much everything. but does it actually taste good? -- contact six taste tests.. and after the break nothing says christmas is coming quite like the rockefeller tree in new york. how high this year's tree
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wakeup news. here's a live look outside today it's going to be..... christmas is just around the corner and new york city is ready to light up. a christmas tree arrived at the rockefeller center in manhattan long norway spruce was cut down in upstate oneonta thursday. it is the second tallest tree to ever grace rockefeller center. the lighting ceremony is scheduled to take place on november 30-th this year. its makeover includes more than 50-thousand multi-colored l-e-d lights and a swarovski star on top.
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we'll be right back with
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wakeup news. now at eight --- a 33-year-old
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troubling about the case to residents in the area. and --- these ambulances are not only saving lives... they're changing them forever. what these "street angels" hope to achieve. good morning and thanks for waking up with us. i'm derica williams. and i'm rachael kaye. mother natures is bumping temperatures back up again today. we'll be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s and a strong breeze from the southwest. today: mostly sunny
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year since terrorists targeted six locations across the city. the attacks left 130 people dead, and hundreds more wounded. france is commemorating the victims with plaques at the attack sites. marked the re-opening of the venue last night. a year ago, terrorists stormed the bataclan and opened fire on the crowd -- killing dozens of people. it was part of a coordinated attack on the french capital. a minute of silence was held before the concert, to honor the victims. the latest now on a pursuit that ended in a crash last night... causing some serious backups on i-43. this was the scene on i-43 north last night around 7:15. glendale police say it all began
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police say they ran the plates and found out the car belonged to a wanted felon. authorities say they tried pulling over the driver, but he sped off. a short chase on i-43 ended with a crash. we are told the suspect ran from the scene. police eventually took him into custody about 45 minutes later -- near nicolet high school. we are told one person was injured when the car crashed -- that person was taken to a nearby hospital. an early morning murder is shaking up the riverwest neighb his home just before one oclock yesterday. residents near weil and wright were startled awake. after gunfire erupted, chilling cries echoed along the block. residents did what they could to help the 33-year-old man who was found outside of his home suffering from a gunshot wound. "i just heard a couple of gunshots ti was that point i opened up my back door which faces the alley right here i heard someone yelling to
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the victim died on scene. with recent crimes in the area, the uncertainty of how and why it happened is troubling. while condolences are being offered, hope for justice is also being felt as milwaukee police continue to investigate. we are used to ambulances saving lives. we're not used to them changing them forever. that's what one group hopes to do--- by making a few tweaks. fox6's angelica sanchez explains why they say they need your help. meet 27-year-old volunteer keith pratt. he's dedicating his saturday night to help feed the homeless at a meal site inside all peoples church. he knows all too well what they're going through ' a few months ago i was on the other side of this table receiving food and i would love to give it to people who need it.' pratt says he's now living a life of sobriety and owes it all to
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in the streets. ' were typically out on the streets for 4-6 hours this year alone weve served a 7200 meals.' president of milwaukee street angels outreach...eva welch says this year the group wants to take their mission of helping the homeless one step further by purchasing-- this retired evacuation ambulance. they want to make it a mobile resource center that can increase the amount of food.. blankets.. and other items they deliver to they hope the community can help them raise ten-thousand dollars to purchase the vehicle. as of now they use their personal cars for their work. 'there are some nights where im so tired i dont want to go and i start to picture them waiting for us to get that meal and that hug and that 'hey how are you doing' it just picks you up to keep going.' volunteers like pratt say the angels deliver more than hot meals-- they also provide hope to those who need it most. 'if you dont know they will help you find out what you need. if your just kind of like im in a bad situation definitely reach out to the angels and they will help you.' you can donate to their cause-- we have a link to their crowdfunding website at fox6 now dot com .
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reacting to the election.. how will a donald trump presidency affect our muslim communities? the president elect has called for a "total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the unitedt from a traveling prayer leader. it's been four days since donald trump was elected president, "unify our great country.' four days for americans to contemplate what that may mean for them. "what we can do as a community is to unite and band together is and show the world exactly who we are." azam akram says it's a perfect opportunity to further educate the public on the muslim
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and foremost a spiritual community and we have no interest in politics." akram is muslim prayer leader, or "imam" he's based in chicago and visiting the milwaukee chapter of ahmadiyya musilms. "a peaceful community. a tolerant community, a harmonious and loving community." akram says as writers and tv pundits may focus on trump's past comments on muslims he says on doing good and not to not dwell on what has not happened. "that's the whole message here to not unnecessarily create a hysteria that may not be warranted." akram says while, muslims like himself will continue to focus on their faith, and the good they can do for others. "and that reflects our islamic beliefs." in milwaukee jonathon gregg, fox6 news. the badgers didn't just beat illinois -- they absolutely dominated the illini at camp randall stadium. in the process -- keeping alive their
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championship game. tom pipines with the latest from madison. "good evening everybody, there was a huge upset in the political realm earlier in the week but not on saturday here at camp randall stadium. the badgers favored by a ton, they won by a ton, 48 to 3. they run the ball for 363 yards, 4 touchdowns. corey clement 128 yards and you also had dare ogunbowale, he was over 100 with just seven tries. braderick shaw 19 carries, 85 yards." "exactly, so we got dare who's always phenomenal and you never know what he's gonna do but it's always something spectacular. and he breaks off a long run when we need it. you got braderick and we got taiwan back in the mix so i'm excited to see what this running back group can me. like you said, taking advantage of what i get. being big in pass protection and passing downs, that's been big for me. and also third down running the ball so i'm, it's been good and i've been excited for it cause it's a fun game. fun to see guys getting in the game and being able to celebrate with us." "talk about forever going forward. how about the defense? four interceptions in the first half and they hold the illini to just three points. it's incredible at 8-2, still a chance for a playoff berth in the top four. members of the orange bowl committee were here at camp randall stadium. in madtown, tom pipines with the
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2nd half of their season. the first half has been up and down as they sit at 4-4 going into tennessee. they've lost 2 straight and 3 of their last 4 games. you can see how the green and gold responds in tennessee today right here on fox -- kick off is at noon. the cowboys and steelers follow. then we'll wrap it all up for you on the fox 6 sports blitz at 10:35. ahead on wakeup --- some of us just can't function without our smartphones. at&t joins us with
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much screen time. also at 8... youll find pumpkin spice added to pretty much everything. but does it all actually live up to the hype? -- contact six taste tests.. up-cycled, reclaimed, re-purposing.. julie is live at re-craft and relic this morning. hey julie! plus - our pet of the week is
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. mother natures is bumping temperatures back up again today. we'll be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s and a strong breeze from the southwest. lows tonight will stay above freezing - mainly the upper 30s inland and low 40s lakeside. today: mostly sunny and warm. breezy. high: 58
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repurposed reclaimed and reused materials and well as vintage goods. julie collins joins us live from the milwaukee sports complex for this year's "re:craft and
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thanks julie! all chat at hb mother natures is bumping temperatures back up again today. we'll the upper 50s and a strong breeze from the southwest. lows tonight will stay above freezing - mainly the upper 30s inland and low 40s lakeside. we'll see a few more clouds return tomorrow, but that won't stop our
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we should stay dry through most of the week. rain chances return friday with our next approaching cold front. today: mostly sunny and warm. breezy. high: 58 wind: sw 10-20 mph tonight: a few clouds. low: 40 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: partly to mostly cloudy. high: 56 sunny. am low: 40 high: 56 wind: wsw 5-10 mph wednesday: mostly sunny. am low: 39 high: 57 wind: nw/sw 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 43 high: 62 wind: s 5-10 mph
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cookie the 1- year-old dog. we're talking about the upcoming
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made it famous more than ten years ago. now youll find pumpkin spice added to everything from soup to nuts - literally. but do these foods actually taste good? contact 6's jenna sachs has taste test. if you want a pumpkin fix, how do you pick? consumer reports expert food panel started with 20 products to find the tastiest. some...are not so great. 'whatever that pumpkin is thats in 18 is just, its not pleasant.' putting 'pumpkin' on the label didnt make blue diamond
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coating masked the taste of the nuts. but there were some standouts. noosa finest yoghurt pumpkin is full and creamy, with real pumpkin and a hint of pumpkin pie spices. its made with whole milk and is pretty rich, so watch your portion. or you can start your day with pumpkin spice cheerios - they taste mostly of clove but also have hints of cinnamon and nutmeg. snack on the pumpkin spice flax crunchy granola bar from kashi with 4 grams of fiber.. it has pumpkin and flax seeds, and tastes of honey an spice. the tasters agreed on imagine organic creamy pumpkin soup - it is thick, smooth and slightly sweet, with some pumpkin spices. and finally, have a glass of water ready for trader joes fall harvest salsa. testers felt the heat overpowers the flavors of pumpkin, apples and squash, but it is still tasty. i'm jenna sachs - contact 6. while pumpkin snacks can taste good, not all of them are
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make sure those traditional spices dont also come with a load of added sugars. and don't forget - if you have a consumer issue or complaint for jenna - give her a call! you can reach contact 6 at the number on your screen or file a
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morning's top stories. this was the scene on i-43 north last night around 7:15. glendale police say they noticed a car driving recklessly. police say they ran the plates and found out the car belonged to a wanted felon. authorities say they tried pulling over the driver, but he sped off. a short chase on i-43 ended with a crash. we are told the suspect
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took him into custody about 45 minutes later -- near nicolet high school. we are told one person was injured when the car crashed -- that person was taken to a nearby hospital. an early morning murder is shaking up the riverwest neighborhood. a man was found shot outside of his home just before one oclock yesterday. residents near weil and wright were startled awake. after gunfire erupted, chilling cries echoed along the block. residents did what they could to help the 33-year-old man who was found from a gunshot wound. mother natures is bumping temperatures back up again today. we'll be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s and a strong breeze from the southwest. today: mostly sunny and warm. breezy.
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today marks one year since the deadly attacks in paris. last night -- sting headlined a concert at bataclan music hall... one of the si "just a castaway, an island lost at sea, oh another lonely day, with no one here but me, oh." the event was held to mark the venue's reopening a year after terrorist attacks that left 130 people dead. last november 13-th-- three islamic militants gunned down 90 people at the concert hall-- while
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several cafes. sting opened up his performance with a minute of silence-- telling the crowd: "we will not forget them." "i'm just so blessed to have been there. there was so much amazing power and energy in the room and sting just did an amazing job honoring people, honoring people who have been lost and honoring community and a path forward of peace.'' proceeds from the gig will go to two charities that are helping survivors of an ohio judge declares a mistrial.. following days of deliberating in the case of a white former police officer charged with murder in the fatal shooting of an unarmed black motorist. rose ann aragon reports. nats: by reason of your inability to reach a verdict--i declare this case mistrial. a moment that sunk hearts for sam dubose's family. a family that has been waiting--since july 19th 2015--and then 25-hours of jury deliberation...
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a lot of racism here in this country because at the end of the day that's what it boils down to...the heart of a man and if you have a good heart you will have looked at the video and saw what the rest of us has seen, which was a man being murdered." chyna dubose reid,daughter "you can just look into my eyes right now. and see that it really is hurting...to know that my daddy's not coming back."dubose's 15-year-old daughter--chyna--has a front row seat to this--nats: the video of her father's death dissected into milliseconds. nats- black individual is much more likely to die than a white one-- and this nats : we are unable to reach a verdict. --the judge telling her family-- the jury couldn't decide chyna dubose reid,daughter "this is my brother. this is my sister. took look in our eyes and you could tell me that- - you couldn't decide whether that's right or wrong whether he was guilty or not? that's evil."she hasn't seen her father for 16 months- she never will. deshonda reid,fiancee "this was the opportunity for
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these cops accountable. and so far they dropped the ball. and so now we have to pick the ball back up and bounce it back in and make another slam dunk."the family, like the mayor, the city manager and the chief of police -- wants a retrial. we are hurt. hurt is turning to our strength and our will to go on and make sure that we get justice. because we're not giving up." judge : do you want to go through another trial? chyna dubose reid,daughter " absolutely...absolut ely." r repeatedly promised to repeal and replace obamacare as one of the key parts of his campaign. but there are signs now that trump may be softening his stance and is open to keeping some aspects of obamacare intact. fox's will carr joins us with more details. president-elect donald trump is walking a tight rope as he tries to uphold a campaign promise while making sure that popular parts of obamacare remain in place. it was a big story leading up to the election that more than 40 states will see an increase in
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more than a 100% increase and president-elect trump made it clear during the campaign he wants to repeal and replace obamacare. now he says he's willing to keep some parts in. question: let me ask you about obamacare, which you say you are going to repeal, and replace. when you replace it, are you going to make sure people with pre-existing conditions are still covered? trump says: "yes, because it happens to be one f you're going to keep that? trump says: "also with children living w/ parents for an extended period, we're going to..." question: you're gonna keep that? trump says: "very much try and keep that. adds cost, but its very much something we're going to try and keep." president-elect trump tells the wall street journal that after his conversation with president obama this week, "i told him i will look at his suggestions, and out of respect, i will do that." he went on to say "either obamacare will be amended, or repealed and replaced." and top republicans say that trump's plan is will in line with the parties ryan says: "if you go to
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items, you will see our replacement plan. donald and i spoke about this today. we are on the same page on these things. it resembles exactly the kinds of reforms that he was talking about." president-elect trump says it will be a top priority to make sure there won't be a gap between ending or changing obamacare and getting into a replacement up and running. will carr fox news. ahead on wakeup. at&t joins us with a "digital detox" -- for those of us that are getting too much scr the world of witchcraft and wizardry is coming back to the big screen! gino gives us a look at the newest harry potter installment- "fantastic beasts
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. mother natures is bumping temperatures back up again today. we'll be mostly
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50s and a strong breeze from the southwest. lows tonight will stay above freezing - mainly the upper 30s inland and low 40s lakeside. today: mostly sunny and warm. breezy. high: 58 wind: sw 10-20 mph for a whole new magical series -- and some pretty big names are hopping on board. our gino salomone gets a first look at "fantastic beasts and where to find
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find them" is coming to theaters friday. you can catch gino salomone weekdays on fox six news at four. more than 150 makers of up-cycled, reclaimed, and handcrafted items will sell their wares at the re:craft and relic show. jullie collins joins us live
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all chat at hb mother natures is bumping temperatures back up again today. we'll be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s and a strong breeze stay above freezing - mainly the upper 30s inland and low 40s lakeside. we'll see a few more clouds return tomorrow, but that won't stop our temperatures from warming to the mid 50s again. we should stay dry through most of the week. rain chances
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today: mostly sunny and warm. breezy. high: 58 wind: sw 10-20 mph tonight: a few clouds. low: 40 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: partly to mostly cloudy. high: 56 wind: w 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny. am low: 40 high: 56 wind: wsw 5-10 mph 39 high: 57 wind: nw/sw 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 43 high: 62 wind: s 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy with the chance for showers. am low: 48 high: 59 wind: s
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cant function without your smartphone. but with nearly half of smartphone users saying they cant imagine life without it -- most of us may get a little too much screen time. rayonna lambiris from at&t joins us with
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a new business is opening in upper darby, delaware county... the new business will give women the know-how to work on their cars and do it with style. the garage doors
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the shop, which employs five female mechanics, will not only repair cars, but show women how to do it themselves. there is also a salon that offers manicures and blowouts while you wait. thanks for joining us. the next wakeup is tomorrow
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president-elect donald trump moves to take the reins of power. >> we discussed a lot of different situations, some wonderful and some difficulties. >> my number one priority in the coming t facilitate a transition that ensures our president elect is successful. >> as trump gets ready to name his team and set his agenda, we'll discuss both with top adviser kellyanne conway, live only on "fox news sunday." then the republican congress begins setting its priorities, what's in store for obamacare, trade and boosting the economy?

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